Texas wild duck gumbo from tony burke

Yield: 8 servings

Measure Ingredient
2 Wild ducks
2 Celery stalk
1 Small onion; sliced
2 smalls Carrots; diced
1 tablespoon Salt
1 gallon Water
1¼ cup Vegetable oil
1 cup Flour
2 cups Onion; chopped
2 cups Celery; chopped
½ tablespoon Black pepper
¼ teaspoon Red pepper
1 pounds Smoked sausage
24 Oysters
½ cup Scallions; sliced
1 cup Bell peppers; chopped

Recipe by: Joe Mannke of Rotisserie for Beef and Bird, Houston, TX Preparation Time: 3:30

STEP ONE: To Make the Stock-- In large pot combine ducks, 2 stalks celery, one small onion (sliced), diced carrots, salt, and gallon water. Bring to a boil and simmer for 3 hours, from time to time skimming off the foam.

STEP TWO: To Make the Gumbo-- Make the roux of flour and vegetable oil until dark and brown. Add the bell peppers, red and black pepper, celery, and onions. Remove the ducks from the stock and reduce the broth to 2-½ quarts. Strain and pour over the roux. Simmer the gumbo for 20 minutes.

Remove all the meat from the bones, dice in ½-inch squares, and add to the gumbo. Broil the sausage, slice, and also add to the soup. Add the oysters and scallions at last and bring to a boil.

Serve over rice with Tabasco sauce as needed.

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